Local History Books on Vermont
Local History Books on Vermont

When it comes to U.S. states that are truly historic, Vermont tops the list, and with good reason. As the 14th American state, it has a long and storied history. There are quite a few quirkier details that set Vermont apart as well. For instance, it has the only capital without a McDonald’s. It’s also the largest producer of maple syrup in the world and, up until 1996, it was the only state that didn’t have a Wal-Mart.

Even so, there’s a lot about Vermont you likely don’t know, even if you were born there and have lived there all your life. Regional interest books can help fill you in on everything you’ve missed, from historic milestones to fun facts.

Reintroduce Yourself to the Green Mountain State

Once you start exploring our expansive collection of regional history and local interest volumes on Vermont, you’ll be surprised at what you can learn.

Discover the fascinating origins of multiple cities, towns, and communities in Vermont, including but not limited to Morristown, Colchester, and Middlebury. Explore the legacy of iconic names in Vermont industry – like King Arthur Flour, to name just one. Learn more about the history of skiing in the Mad River Valley. Get to know the lives of Vermont’s most legendary locals through the ages.

Redefine Your Perspective with Arcadia

Arcadia Publishing’s impressive collection of local interest and regional history books is one of the largest in all of North America. It’s also home to over 100 books on Vermont alone.

Learn more about your favorite Vermont locations, including your own hometown and favorite venues. Trace the origins of Vermont’s trademark can-do spirit and unique vibe. Explore American history through collections of vintage photographs, fascinating personal accounts, and more. It’s all right here waiting for you at Arcadia!

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